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Felix Dexter

Felix Dexter is a UK based actor, comedian, and writer. On television, Dexter's characters and comic writing have been featured on the BBC's The Lenny Henry Show, The Fast Show and The Real McCoy. Dexter has appeared on Have I Got News For You and in 2010's Bellamy's People. In theatre, Dexter has appeared in a season of three of Shakespeare's Late Plays in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon. In... Read more >>

Felix Dexter

Felix Dexter Overview

Felix Dexter is a UK based actor, comedian, and writer. He has had a great deal of work on BBC’s Radio 4, featuring in the series Down the Line and starring in the dramatisation of Delete This At Your Peril, a part of The Bob Servant Emails written by Neil Forsyth.

On television, Dexter's characters and comic writing have been featured on the BBC's The Lenny Henry Show, The Fast Show and The Real McCoy. He has played the title role of Captain Crimson on the children's show Look and Read and has also played more serious roles in dramas such as The Bill and Casualty. He has appeared on Absolutely Fabulous as Saffron's lover, John Johnston, and on the BBC docu-soap Grumpy Old Men. He co-wrote the 15 Storeys High episode The Ice Queen where he also appeared as a preacher. Dexter has appeared on Have I Got News For You and in 2010's Bellamy's People. He also made a cameo length performance in the 2010 Easter Special episode of Jonathan Creek as the prosecution lawyer.

In theatre, Dexter has appeared in a season of three of Shakespeare's Late Plays in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon. In 2006 he starred in One flew over the Cuckoo's Nest with Christian Slater and Alex Kingston in London's West End.
 

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